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SOLTEK REBORN #15 – Janus

He had to admit that he had lost the factual overview of his cosmic positioning temporarily out of his sight, out of his senses, because of all the definite vortex-thrust pleasures.

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Nikki S – Seeing massive smiles on the dance floor

After the global success of her debut artist album ‘Frequency of Space’ on Alchemy Records and performances at some of the most sought after festivals on the planet, Nikki S has firmly established herself as one of the worlds top female psytrance artists.

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Chrizzlix

Chrizzlix should be well known especially to the North German Psytrance fans, besides the label work for Sun Department Records (which he founded together with Psyfonic), he is also active as a producer and plays live a sound that has bonds in progressive as well as in full-on, this year a lot of good stuff will follow

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Ask Dr. Goa: Get more time easily!

I noticed that there’s many people in the Goa scene who have plenty of time, who can travel and party as much as they want, but who don’t have a job. I want to be like that, as well. How does it work?

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Etnica – 25 years of music production, parties and touring

Etnica, 25 years of music production, parties and touring - and they are still as fresh and energetic as those members of our scene who are actually younger than their creative projects: Mauri and Max aka Etnica aka Pleiadians are two living pieces of Psytrance history. History still in the making, that is...

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Ask Dr. Goa – Goa Nazis and Hippie Hipsters

Dr. Goa is back ans answer you questions which you always wanted to ask, but never dared to ask. If you have a question to Dr. Goa, then simply write to: dr.goa@mushroom-magazine.com. Maybe you should get a torch like Shiva Natarja, the Lord of Dance...?

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Backstage, part 3: Murphy’s Law

Deep insights into the Psytrance backstage: "A damn popular artist refused to play at a damn good festival that unfortunately had clearly not enough visitors – because he would only perform for at least 1000 people on the dance floor."

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